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MSNBC
Jan 23, 2014 10:00am PST
quote now, the d.c. circuit court thinks the program is unconstitutional and other the district court and another district court thinks it is constitutional. so probably this thing will go back up to the supreme court.
LINKTV
Jan 30, 2014 8:00am PST
quote judge and washington, d.c. has decided it is not. i think it only deals with half of the question. i believe they are correct that it is constitutional, it is inappropriate use -- it is an appropriate use. what the president has posed to us, just because we can do something, should we do it? >> a terror suspect facing trial
MSNBC
Jan 24, 2014 12:00pm PST
quote those kinds of conversations. >> as the fact -- does the fact that the d.c. court did rule against the nsa make him more of
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 9:00am EST
government made on washington d.c. but i want to make it clear that in reality and in my book fair is much more push back within a city. even at its most politically important state residents challenge the federal government's plans and by failing to comply by insisting on home rules and offering a different account or explanation of the events than the government's version. the focus on the way the federal government uses the district to craft the modern drugs. first let me give some sense of existing scholarship on the origins of the drug war and where my own work fits in with that literature. most scholars to have looked at this issue emphasize two things, first classification of certain drugs as narcotics, apps, morphing, cocaine and later marijuana and second their removal from general circulation, all of which took place in the early part of the 20th century and was deeply tied to the reputation these drugs had acquired for recreational use among racial minorities. in my own work i've tried to emphasize the steps between these events and punishment and prohibition in your >>
CBS
Jan 7, 2014 6:00pm EST
>>> d.c. mayor and leaders from across our region are reminding us tonight, keep looking out for folks who might need some special help handling all this cold weather. here in d.c., dial 311 and that will get you in touch with the right aide or people who don't have homes. similar plans are in place in other cities and counties as well. >> and a head's up from gw university hospital tonight. scheduled surgeries and lab visits are happening as scheduled. those leaks flooded almost three dozen patient rooms and that forced hospital staff to move patients to other rooms. the families will be getting a call from the hospital and in montgomery county, leaky pipes had fire crews moving from an assisted living facility to a nearby church. the leaky plumbing affected the electrical circuits. that was only a precaution. the leak does not appear to have done any serious damage. >>> in maryland, this deep freeze had crews racing to fix at least 38 water main breaks in the suburbs alone. scott broom is at veers mill road at university boulevard in wheaten to tell us about just one of them. s
ABC
Jan 20, 2014 4:30am EST
attended school here in the d c area. -- the d.c. area. alexis and another man died when a suicide bomber attacked a popular restaurant. 10 other foreigners and eight afghans were also killed. there are growing concerns about the safety of americans headed thehis -- headed to the olympic games in russia. >> mary bruce has the latest. testth the topics week with the olympics weeks away, there are concerns about american security. video was posted, claiming to show the suicide bombers responsible. they are seen building explosives and traveling to their target. they say this was just the beginning. the group warned that they will have a surprise package for tourists that come to the olympics. and think vladimir putin the russians will be lucky if they can get through the olympics without an event -- without an incident. >> one u.s. senator thinks it is too dangerous to go. >> i would not go. i do not think i would send my family. >> russian authorities us it -- insist the olympics will be safe. >> the job of the olympics host is to ensure security of the participants in the olympics
NBC
Jan 27, 2014 5:00pm EST
we are down to 22 for windchill in d.c., and 13 inga gaithersburg, and 26 in culpepper and it is feeling 20 to 30 degrees colder in the region. that is happening right now. the cold air is coming in as the cold front has moved through and with we do have the windchill advisory in effect for everybody from the i-95 corridor west. and tonight, 10 degrees below zero again. and wait until we show you the numbers coming up tomorrow, and again, we are going to see a chance for the snow tomorrow the and into wednesday, and we will show you the best chances of that coming up in a minute. >> and now we have up to the minute details coming up in that columbia mall. here is a look outside of the mall right now, and it row opened for the first time since the saturday shooting, and workers and shoppers were returned to the scene where two people were killed and a shooter took his life. >> and there are a lot of question, and the first is why. here is what we do know at this hour sh hour, the friends know the shooter, and darion aguilar say he was a good kid and no criminal background. and the
NBC
Jan 5, 2014 11:00pm EST
from montana to alabama and right here in d.c. could see windchill warnings in the next few days. we have team coverage of this story tonight but we start with storm team 4 meteorologist to tell us when conditions will be at their worst. >> erika, it will be the coldest in our area late tomorrow night into early tuesday morning. at this point we could see windchill values in that time period for the d.c. area as low as 15 degrees below zero. so again, the coldest time period monday night into early tuesday at that point, temperatures alone will be in the single digits but it will be windy outside. so that will drive windchill temperatures inside of the beltway to as low as 15 degrees below zero and it could feel as cold as 30 degrees below zero for the suburbs to the north and west of washington. here's a look at what you could expect for that commute early tuesday morning as far as windchill temperatures are concerned. again, feeling about 15 below in d.c. and 30 below potentially. that would be the coldest for areas to the north and west. a windchill watch is in effect for areas to
CBS
Jan 20, 2014 7:00pm EST
reporters. scott broom, wusa9. >>> letter carriers in the d.c. region are making a special delivery. they are delivering a message they don't want to work at night. they say the streets are just too dangerous in the dark. >> we demand that letter carriers hours be adjusted to eight hours. we demand that the letter carriers be brought in earlier. >> a short time ago the group rallied at the martin luther king, jr. memorial, then marched to the postal service at l'enfant plaza. tonight's march comes just weeks after letter carrier tyson barnett was shot to death while delivering mail in the dark in prince george's county. >>> virginia residents are headed to the polls tomorrow to decide who will replace mark herring in the district's 33 state senate seat. democrat jennifer wexton, republican john whittbeck and independent joe may are all on the ballot. polling stations will be open even if schools are closed because of snow. >> reporter: i'm peggy fox in sterling where three different campaigns are working hard to get out the vote in a very important special election tomorrow. >> let's go,
ABC
Jan 29, 2014 4:30am EST
into a d.c. agency this morning. >> it all comes after one woman said that a firefighter stood by while her father laid dying in front of the station and overnight snow is making for a slick and slushy commute this morning. slick and slushy commute this morni[ male announcer ] at northrop grumman, we've always been on the forefront of innovation. when the world called for speed... ♪ ...when the world called for stealth... ♪ ...intelelligence... endurance... affordability... adaptability... and when the world asked for the future. staying ahead in a constantly evolving world. that's thvalue of performance. northrop grumman. >> all right. before we get back over to jacqui for a check of weather, we want to pass along two for school delays. montgomery and fairfax announced they will be on a two-hour delay as well because of the snow. folks will be pretty surprise when they step outside not thinking we were going to get enough to delay school. >> half an inch. schools are playing catchup. it is pretty good on some of those main roads and the snow is pulling out of the region as we speak
CBS
Jan 7, 2014 11:00pm EST
time it moves out some snow could move. in >> reporter: it's all hands on deck near d.c., two water main breaks, one airport a few hours apart. >> from the bengals coaching lineup to a college head coach, see who is in town this week to talk to dan snyder and company. good evening, everybody. i'm jan jeffcoat. >> i'm derek mcginty. >>> it is yet another bitterly cold night across much of the nation. the cold broke records at dulles and bwi and in dozens of cities across the country. it also cracked water pipes. a broken main in baltimore left this car encased in a thick layer of ice. tonight while the winds have died down you better keep the heat cranked up. it is going to be brutal. we're under a red alert another hour and we were wondering what we're going to look at tomorrow morning. >> i guess the good news is no wind to speak of tonight or tomorrow morning at the bus stop, but temperatures still in the dingle digits overnight in the burbs. high temperature today 21 downtown, 19 many gaithersburg, 9 in west minimum -- in gaithersburg, 9 in westminster, high temperature 13 in mar
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2014 5:50pm EST
know there is very much a cultural mindset in d.c.. if you are in the media there are a couple of hurdles you have to get over. one of them is you are so much involved in the immediacy of what's going on in that day it's hard to step back sometimes into the larger forest and this is kind of a forest story. you need to be able to think through and look at all the different trees and branches and flesh it out. that just takes time and a lot of the reporters in d.c. just don't have time to do that because they are chasing the story of that day. the second problem is some journalists rely on people in powerful positions for their stories. that is where they get their leaks. that is where they get their interviews. they don't want to offend people in power because they might not get that exclusive interview that's going to help their position so it basically terms terms -- changes them from watchdogs into lap dogs. they don't want to offend people for fear of doing this. and then i think the third part of it is cultural. there is a gentleman who, and i won't give the name. he probably
NBC
Jan 23, 2014 6:00pm EST
there are laws that require them to be cleared by now. mark segraves in northeast d.c. with more on the troubles of getting around. mark? >> well, jim, i will tell you what, neighbors tell me that the water main has been leaking since early december, and they have been calling d.c. water about it, and look at what has been doing to thor cars here. frozen in ice. right up to the tires. and it is not just here on taylor street, but all across the region, and side waux covwa covered with ice are making the traveling treacherous and particularly for the elder ly. >> it is, it has been pretty rough, you know, trying to walk in the snow and the ice and hoping that i don't fall. >> reporter: 71-year-old verdina cunningham was trying to get to the store after being inside since the snow. but the icy sidewalks and her petworth neighborhood were too much for her. the icy sidewalks in front of the bethesda library proved a challenge for this mother also trying to get to the store after being snowed in. >> it is very difficult when they have not cleared the sidewalks, it is very hard to walk. >> re
ABC
Jan 8, 2014 11:00pm EST
for the d.c. fire department. this time a firefighter is arrested accused of driving an ambulance on revoked license. >> allison, the past couple of months several d.c. firefighters have been arrested, some on serious criminal charges. wednesday morning another firefighter found himself once again on the wrong side of the law. engine 33 on atlantic street in southwest washington can be a busy place with firefighters responding to emergencies. the abc7 i-team learned one of the first responders working out of this fire hall on wednesday was arrested while on the job. according to this incident report, zraket police officer around 3:15 in the morning pulled over an ambulance driven by firefighter james bunn ii at united medical center in southeast d.c. why the ambulance was pulled over remains unclear but the incident reports states, "upon further investigation, the suspect's permit was revokeford a previous d.u.i. case." the 35-year-old is is arrested and processed at the police district headquarters on the allegations of, quote, operating after revocation. according to online court r
CBS
Jan 20, 2014 6:00pm EST
, zakeiya avery and monifa stanford. back to you. >>> d.c. police are looking for the person who drove a van that crashed into a cvs store just before 4:00 this morning in the 3600 block of 12th street northeast. an atm was stolen and the van was gone, too when police arrived. >>> some good news. children's charity foundation gave out over 500 coats today at one of the largest homeless shelters in the area for families. players and coaches from george washington and george mason universities were there to give the coats to children at the shelter located inside the former d.c. general hospital. the coats are all new. they were bought with money raised from a basketball tournament that was sponsored by bb&t bank of the verizon center. >> when we're placed in the position we're in, we're fortunate at george washington just to give back to kids who don't have as much as we do. it always brings a good feeling brings a smile to their faces. so it's always a good thing to do. >> the children's charities foundation has been helping at risk and disadvantaged youth in the area for 19 years now. p
NBC
Jan 30, 2014 5:00pm EST
death of a man who collapsed steps away from a d.c. fire station. and the victim's family claims that the firefighters refused to help him. tonight, that city is taking action and news4's chris gordon is live on long island avenue in d.c. chris? >> well, the officer in charge on saturday has been relieved of her duties in command here at the fire station on rhode island avenue, and a number of sources in the district government and fire department have identifyie her for us as lieutenant kaline davis, and she has been assigned to the desk duty we are told in the d.c. fire chief's office and another firefighter new to the job, a rookie here on saturday has been reassigned to the another fire station. now, this does not mean that they are guilty of anything or necessarily that they did anything wrong. d.c. fire department internal affairs investigators are interviewing firefighters, police and civilians about the incident that happened saturday right across from the firehouse on rhode island avenue to the northeast. and 77-year-old medric mills was going to this computer store when he c
CBS
Jan 22, 2014 4:00am EST
about here in d.c. >>> we do have a windchill advisory in effect till noon. the wind chills as cold as 20 below. in the metro, 5, 10, maybe 15 below locally. here's a look at the day planner on this wednesday. we are expecting a sunny day. temps upper teens. we might make 20 in a few spots but with wind, what's the difference. it's just going to be a cold day. wifnthswinds will gust 20 to 30. -- winds will gust 20 to 30. there goes the snow. even in salisbury they're looking at 3 to 6 inks. -- 6 inches. national had 3.8. they broke a stretch of a thousand 53 days where they didn't have a two-inch snowfall. 32 at national. 24 for winchester. gusting 28 on the bay and annapolis. 35 now at the pax river naval air station. with the cold, the winds, there's the windchill advisory covering everybody till noon. we have the windchill warnings in the mountains. in the west the windchills there running throw to 10 below. that's the temperature, excuse me. 9 below in davis. we're sitting at 12 in d.c. down to 5 in gaithersburg and 15 in fredricksburg. these are the windchills, close to 20 below i
NBC
Jan 30, 2014 11:00pm EST
dead in their home in southeast d.c. >> and police say their two young children were inside as the tragic scene unfolded. shomari stone is live with the latest on the investigation. shomari? >> reporter: well, right now we have learned that police removed bags of evidence from the house in question. it's in the center of this block right over here, and they put the bags inside a police car like that one there. it's a very emotional scene out here. relatives have been coming, crying, hugging. and they haven't identified the bodies because they cannot cross this yellow crime scene tape. a mother breaks down in tears after finding out the body of her 21-year-old son and his girlfriend were found inside their southeast d.c. house. daryl hall drove her to the crime scene. she doesn't have a car. >> it was definitely a surprise. and it's devastating. it's sad to see someone lose a loved one, you know, to get a call and say your son or your daughter has been shot. >> reporter: tonight police have not confirmed that the couple has gunshot wounds. this all started around 4:00 this evening.
ABC
Jan 21, 2014 5:00am EST
9:00 this morning, we are expecting places like frederick down to winchester, moving into d.c., maybe an hour after that, notice the heavier snow will start to leave northwest and of i-95 and into this evening, we will see things taper off from northwest to the east. of us areght, all pretty much done. skies clear out. here is a look at predicted snowfall numbers. that is going to be the heavier end of this range. isolated spots are going to get in there. let's get the latest on the roads this morning. amanda meadows is at wtop. >> we started this morning off with a bang. on the inner loop. college park down towards lake arbor, central avenue, a crash walking all lanes. blocking allash lanes. ramp,ou see on the exit as they come down and exit onto the inner loop, that is the detour. they are detouring you onto route 50 westbound and then 704 and then 50 eastbound, back onto the inner loop passed that point. -- past that point. a big slowdown already. avoid it if you can. we have some vre delays. sey are working on an schedule. mark trains are on a limited's casual. the penn li
NBC
Jan 23, 2014 11:00pm EST
under there for windchills between 5 and 10 below zero tonight. even d.c. and southern maryland, still cold for you, just not at that advisory criteria. will we be there again? i think so. and maybe even some colder air coming in. i'll show you when it moves in, and when we see our next chance of snow. that's moving in too. >> thanks, doug. our team coverage continues tonight with jackie bensen. she is live in alexandria, where crews have been on the scene for hours, trying to repair a broken water main near a shopping mall. >> reporter: doreen, we just learned some new information. this is at duke street and north jordan. we're told duke street, which as you know is a major artery is likely to be affected into the early morning hours. the reason for this, you can see the icy road here. the reason for the length of time to repair it is the size of the water main we're told. it is 12 inches in diameter. just when it seemed like it couldn't get any colder, it also got very wet. in the fox chase neighborhood of alexandria. thousands of gallons of water gushed from a water main break on jo
ABC
Jan 21, 2014 4:30am EST
west of d.c.. even after the snow tapers off, we expect blowing snow to continue and that can't continue the cause problems on the roadways and temperatures will be plummeting with temperatures but a ingle digits dangerous wind-chill factor, subzero. right now, we'll head back to you. >> all right. good morning, jacqui. good morning, everyone. we are in alexandria this morning. it seems like everyone is having the day off. if you're waking up and saying where is the snow, don't worry. it is on the way. even at this hour, you can see the moon. in fact, some high-level clouds over there. the filtered moon, if you will, bringing some light here but it is a very quiet start to the morning. but all of that is going to change as we progress through the morning hours. but right now in alexandria, it is not even that cold, but the key is over the next several hours, as the snow arrives, the temperature also start to plummet. right now our storm chaser reporting 39 degrees. similar to that of yesterday, but it will be so critical, these temperatures as they continue the plummet throughou
NBC
Jan 27, 2014 4:30am EST
trial with possible free speech implications. d.c. contractor christopher deetz accuses jane perez of lying in a yelp review and cost him customers. she said, "do not put yourself through this nightmare of a contractor." dietz wants $70,000. small business owners are watching closely. >>> watch out if you haven't paid your taxes. maryland plans to shine a spotlight on the 50 top tax cheats. the comptroller will unveil the 25 individual and 25 businesses that made the list at noon. 17 are from the d.c. metropolitan area, including the top cheats on both lists. the names will then be posted on the comptroller's website. this year's group owes nearly $15 million in back taxes to the state. >>> one of mayor vincent gray's initiative is seeing pushback against the proposal of a new soccer stadium for the d.c. united. costs aren't finalized. leaders plan to sell an office building for at least $150 million, using the proceeds to pay for the land development. the team would then match that money and possibly invest more. the total cost as it stands now is less than 1/4 of what nat' park c
ABC
Jan 31, 2014 4:30am EST
maryland, nothing that we think will get together and hold together for the d.c. area but the clouds in the overnight hours means temperatures are good. no single digits. we are well into the double digits. 28 degrees at reagan national, 25 at martinsburg and 26 degrees in fredericksburg. we will see near average temperatures today. it is seasonal for a change. even warmer temperatures are on the way for the weekend. we do have some rain and snow coming in our seven day forecast. all good things must come to an end. more details on that in just another few minutes. let's get the traffic now. amanda, happy friday. >> happy friday. we have smooth rolling on major interstates but we were just talking about that water main break on massachusetts avenue. on the southeast section of the city, just north of 295, you can expect massachusetts avenue to be closed down for that water main break between 34th street southeast and and street northeast. not too bad otherwise. delay free conditions on the major maryland routes. route 50, you're good to go. shore, allhe eastern eastbound lanes
CBS
Jan 30, 2014 6:00pm EST
d.c. using of line. we're still analyzing the recordings, but about half the time the announcements were difficult to understand. when i asked metro for an interview, the spokesman today me not only were my observations off track, but metro's opinion on speaker issues was opposite. so i asked for your opinion on twitter. i tweeted let's play a game. can you understand this metro speak are? are their announcements clear? wmata says clear. okay. now let's listen to that again. >> this is. [ inaudible ] >> then metro tweeted me saying russ, as you know, you did not ask us to comment on that announcement specifically. that is not what we told you and we committed to get back with you with additional info, so i tweeted back saying as i told you i wrote every line in your system. i have lots more audio. i'll be playing them. that was one of the better ones. my twitter page went wild with comments from you expressing the same types of problems. then i may have made things worse by posting on instagram my impression of those speakers and that metro spokesman. >> metro, blah blah blah blah,
ABC
Jan 3, 2014 6:00pm EST
in d.c. and 20 years. that is the seven-day outlook. our team coverage continues with the d.c. bureau chief sam ford live in northwest washington. -- sam?ark >> northwest d.c. under a hypothermia alert tonight. we are outside the martin luther king library. every year a city contracted man rounds up homeless people to take them to shelters. they expect more passengers than usual because of the plunging temperatures that came with last night's storm. break froma daytime the extreme cold which came in with last night's snowstorm. a huge tree collapsed, burying one woman's car and knocking out the power to much of the neighborhood. his wife heard it. -- shesaid something woke me up. stay at a going to friends house. >> got to get out to get some wi-fi, got to get out to a phone charger. to work.ot going >> are you freezing? >> it is f freezin >> the biggest problem though was the cold. particularly for the homeless. >> it is freezing cold. >> he is among those who stayed at the central mission today. it has 170 beds ready for men it except -- it expects to seek shelter tonight. >> we wil
NBC
Jan 27, 2014 11:00pm EST
were during the day today. a tie temperature of 54 degrees in d.c. 60, nearly 60 in fredericksburg. 39, though, towards frederick. and look where we are right now. the current windchill sitting at 10 in d.c., 7 in gaithersburg, 5 below in hagerstown. the current windchill feels more than 40 degrees below where we were earlier in the day. a dramatic temperature drop for sure. and we're going to go even lower overnight tonight. that's why we have the windchill advisory in effect overnight for 5 and 10 below zero. it includes everybody along the i-95 corridor for the most part, back towards the north and west. we are in for a very cold day tomorrow. and then we have a chance of snow. i'll update you on the new snowfall totals. i just made the map, coming up in a minute. >> ah, the joys of winter. >>> our team coverage continues now with shomari stone in silver spring. tell us how people are coping with all this cold, shomari. >> reporter: a lot of folks we talk to tonight tell me they are absolutely freezing. many of them walked to the metro station right over there. they're going to walk
NBC
Jan 2, 2014 11:00pm EST
soon. how much did we see? five inches around percival. d.c., right here in our studios, coming in at three inches as we. veronika jo r veronica johnson, we're going to see something else entirely. >> that's right. that cease some vicious cold, the kind of cold that we haven't had to deal with in quite some time around here. so that's the kind of situation for tomorrow. you're going to need your hat, your gloves, your scarves, anything to keep the wind off of your skin. now, as i mentioned, it's still snowing out here. in fact, coming down pretty good. we measured three inches. we could get a little bit more. let me show you the trees around the area. we do have tree limbses and branches balanced budget covered ever so lightly. it looks very pretty right now. tomorrow morning it's going to get ugly as the winds swik up. some of the scenes around the area right here at nbc 4, this picture from scott fowler. three inches of snow. a little bit less in livingston and northwest d.c., covering the cars and the roads, too. the wind with low temperatures. we're going to be dealing with not on
ABC
Jan 28, 2014 12:00pm EST
traveling through the remainder of the day, you should not have any trouble getting out of the d.c. metro area, but if you are headed into the deep south, new orleans, charlotte, atlanta, that is where i expect delays. i have much more on the timing and accumulation of the next storm, coming up in just a little bit. >> turning to the impact of the deep freeze, thousands of flights are already canceled because of these subzero temperatures. southwest airlines says that 300 and 50 flights will not take off. d grounded close to 2000 flights. much of the country is dealing with frigid temperatures or a snowy and icy forecast. a cold morning for the members of the prince william county eire department. they practiced ice training this morning. john was there and has more on how they are working to keep the public safe. >> even during this training class, the frigid temperatures could quickly turn deadly. >> there is not a lot of grip. >> the prince william's county of fire and rescue is conducting a nice rescue training exercise. within seconds, our camera lens froze during a simulation
NBC
Jan 24, 2014 11:00pm EST
child porn last month. >>> d.c. police chief cathy lanier is calling for changes with her department, saying she has been forced to rehire nearly 30 so-called bad cops in the last two years. recent high profile arrests of two officers charged in sexual misconduct cases prompted a hearing on the matter in the d.c. council today. lanier said she wanted to roll out a plan to have officers wear body cameras to establish a record of conduct. >> they seem to be the single best indicator for ensuring that you have high levels of accountability. so body cameras are being embraced by the community. >> chief lanier also called for improvements in how the district reviews prior disciplinary charge against officers. more than 100 officers have been arrested in the last five years, but many of those cases were dropped. >>> next, and new at 11:00, a local crime ring. thieves targeting luxury cars. the surveillance video police want you to see. >>> serious safety violations in the wake of a deadly accident at a maryland mall. what our i-team has uncovered about the company at the center of the inve
ABC
Jan 5, 2014 9:00am EST
about getting into shape. atee d.c. opened its doors lalast year. indoor cycling classes for residents. all over the city, if y want to come out. joining us tayre the founders of ride d.c., allison shuffield, rachel goldberg, and zach smith. nicely with a lot of new year'resolutions to get into shape. indoor cling has exploded recently. what isriving the enthusiasm around here? >> i think it is a fun exercise. it takes a lot of what people know. ey are used to sing it on the road. he bring it indoors to an environment that we can control through music, technology, really to maximize the fitness return you get in a class. are both inststructors. we have taught at several other studios in the region. we view ride d.c. as an opportunity to bring the good and leave the bad in an environment where we are taking a papassion of ours and puttinga strong business plan behind it, offeringng this grea unique oduct to the 14th street community. >> what made you decide you were going to launch a business? there has been talk about the tough economy in 13. you decided to open this. >> real
ABC
Jan 22, 2014 4:00am EST
twoderal government has hour delay and d.c. public schools are closed. administrative offices are on a two-hour delay. montgomery county, prince george's, st. mary's, and washington county schools are all close today. >> so are arlington and fairfax counties. other closings and you can see a full list at the top and the bottom of your screen throughout the broadcast. because then is snow is out there and it is so cloaked -- cold. >> good morning. the snow is over and done with and our storm is still affecting parts of the northeast. we take a look at the radar picture and show you where the storm system is. to hitw is continuing parts of long island and up in connecticut. has pulled way off the shore and we are doing a lot better with the drier weather for today. look at these temperatures. it is 12 degrees in washington dc. our winds are strong and look at the factor. tos is the thing you need keep in mind. it feels like negative seven in d.c. and negative five in manassas. it will be bitterly cold all day long. single digits at best this afternoon. later today, it is a little bit of
Bloomberg
Jan 16, 2014 9:00pm EST
u.s. navy seal, mike janke, joins us from washington, d.c. you heard what phil mattingly said about the potential of obama to speak at the justice department. will that close the issue? >> absolutely not. i expect you will get a little bit more tr sugar. it will probably be kicked over to the congress. at sulent circle, we view this as a worldwide surveillance issue. it's not necessarily in our view a u.s. issue. it's happening all over the world. whether there is a little bit of sugar in the speech, i don't think that will have much of an impact effectively around the world. >> tell us what kind of features will be in the black phone. >> it's the world's very first privacy-oriented high end smartphone, encrypted phone calls and contacts. a customized version of the android that lets you do everything you want to do. if you want to play angry birds, you can just do it in a more protected environment. just like the iphone 5s or the galaxie and it's cheaper. >> mike janke, when you called phil zimmerman in november 2011, did you think that you would be making now a black phone? >> i d
CBS
Jan 24, 2014 6:00pm EST
the district have been arrested in the last five years and today d.c.'s police chief is on the hot seat at a hearing called by the d.c. council, but she has an idea that may just shake things up. debra alfarone joins us live now from the wilson building. tell us about it. >> reporter: the biggest bombshell is chief lanier said she was looking to the force actually wearing body cameras and then tommy wells said he would back her up on that and pledged to help. the question is does the metropolitan police department have a problem? that depends who you ask. >> we need to understand what the metropolitan police department is doing to address criminal behavior and integrity issues. >> reporter: the headlines don't lie. 90 plus d.c. police officers arrested in the past five years, 47 of those convicted. in the last month three high profile arrests, one for snapping semi nude photos of a teen run-away, a second for running a teen prostitution ring and in this quiet neighborhood of accokeek, a third for trying to kill his wife. today mpd chief cathy lanier was in the hot seat explaining w
NBC
Jan 23, 2014 4:30am EST
it is bitterly cold outside right now in the d.c. region. >> you can feel it, boy. >> you can. good morning, everyone at 4:30. i'm aaron gilchrest. >>>. >> i'm eun yang. we have school closes and delays. d.c. public schools will open on time. in maryland, prince george's, montgomery, howard, charles, and frederick county schools will open two hours late. as will anne arundel and washington county schools. calvert and st. mary schools are closed today. >> in virginia, fairfax, loudoun, prince william county schools. arlington county and alexandria will open two hours late. falls chur falls church city schools will open two hours late. >> in virginia, clarke, focus, frederick, king george, and warren schools are closed. the same for winchester, fredericksburg, and shenandoah county. >> in west virginia, berkeley, hampshire, jefferson, and morgan county schools are closed. hardy county schools will open two hours late. if you missed one or didn't see your school listed, a complete list is at the bottom of the screen and on nbcwashington.com. >>> 4:31. time for weather & traffic on the
NBC
Jan 10, 2014 4:00pm EST
down the southern portions here down to bethesda and d.c. and waldorf and allen's fresh, and this is where most of the rain will hold throughout the eveningch and the big story is also the fog. you are looking at a time lapse grabbed from the herndon, virginia camera, and in a couple of minutes w we will talk about the fog and what an issue it could be in the morn, and how much rain we we could get out of the system saturday and where the worst will be. that is coming up in a few. >> and thank you, veronica, and the icy rain is wreaking havoc on the roads. check out this video of a 12-inch water main break near the wheaton mall near the university campus. >> adam tuss reports that the crews could barely keep up with the demand. >> take a look behind me here, because this is a scene playing out all across the area. we are in kensington, parker ave, and newport and mill road and yes, a 10-inch main right g break is, and what we understand is that this is a "t," and so they have to get in there and dig deep to find out where the break is, and yes, there are hundreds of customers affecte
ABC
Jan 30, 2014 4:30am EST
name. apologizes toy his family for what he was about to do. d.c. police are asking for your help to identify men who robbed someone at gunpoint at a drive-up atm. if you know anything, you are asked to call d.c. police. a new warning for people in west virginia after the chemical spill. west virginia residents are aftery tap water weary the discovery of not one, but to chemicals during a spell this month. --ut 300 people are being 300,000 people are being warned, shower at your own risk. -- arets are here inhaling formaldehyde while showering. the chemical that spilled into the elk river is now breaking down as formaldehyde. it is colorless, but can cause burning eyes and throat. the epa says it causes cancer. inhaling is more dangerous than ingesting. the lungs are more permeable. the chemical is most evident when taking a hot shower. state officials declared the water safe for human consumption a week after this bill. -- after the spill. they say they tested the water and it shows no traces of formaldehyde. the d.c. fireust department taking heat for the death of an elderly man. >
NBC
Jan 31, 2014 11:00am EST
d.c. part of the road has been closed all day near ft. dupont park because of a huge sinkhole there. new on "news4 midday," we now know about what may be causing this problem. news4's megan mcgrath has been there all morning long and joins us with an update. >> reporter: barbara, they had an eight-inch water main that broke on the corner here overnight. that's been repaired, but they thought the water gushing from that broken pipe had eroded the ground beneath the road causing this enormous hole that you see here beside massachusetts avenue. now, we've had a new development just within the last couple of minutes. if we pan over here, you can see the folks gathered at that manhole, just a little bit ago they pulled open the manhole cover, and when they looked down, they still saw flowing water, something they did not expect to see, because they actually fixed that eight-inch pipe. so they're still trying to identify potential sources for this hole. we also have involvement of some of the utility lines in the area, and we are now being told that this repair job could take as long as a
NBC
Jan 23, 2014 5:00pm EST
does not include the advisory or d.c. or southern maryland, but we will be cold there, and i expect the windchill in d.c. tonight to be zero. we are talking about another frigid night, and we are not close to being done yet. i will let you nknow if there i any light at the end of the tunnel coming up in a minute. >> all right. thank you, doug. >>> right now, commuters in bethesda are trying to get around a road closure. a driver lost control near glenn ec echo, and slid into a pole on o onadega way. and the road is not expected to reopen until after the evening rush hour is over. >>> and more delays on the metro. red and yellow lines are single tracking because of a fire on the track. it is happening between mount vernon square and the l'enfant plaza. it means that there is a modified track and trains are running slower than usual. >>> and you can't blame the weather entirely for this one. >> a broken water main has frozen cars in place. and mark segraves is there, and he says that the neighbors have said that this has been leaking for a long time. >> yes, in d.c. and virginia and s
NBC
Jan 31, 2014 5:00pm EST
and major david riley appeared in court the face those charges, and d.c. police say he was arrested thursday afternoon in ft. mcnair. he is 37 years old, and accused of sending images of child porn over the internet to the police officer, and they say that he is a reservist assigned to central command in pam tampa and in d.c take the part of a course. he with was expected to stay there until the course ended, and d.c. police were not alone in this as they were working with the fbi and with the air force investigator as well. he faces between 5 and 20 years in prison. >> all right. chris lawrence, thank you so much. >> yes, you are well come. >>> and a developing story right now, the fbi says that packages of powder mailed to hotels near the super bowl site in new jersey have turned out to be not hazardous. sources claim that one envelope c contain theed baking soda and additional testing will be tested as a precaution, and several people have been evaluated at the nearby hospital, because they came into contact with the letters, but nobody has reported any symptoms. >>> and now to a
ABC
Jan 9, 2014 4:30am EST
still to come. >> welcome back. degrees in the arlington-d.c. area. run to myt have to car bundled up looking like an eskimo. out there for 10 minutes, 15 minutes, or longer than that, you still want to bundle up a little bit. we are below the freezing mark as we have been for the past two days. the wind chill factor is at 25. the winds are at five miles per hour. we are drawing in moisture across the region. it is 24 at dulles. 20 degrees in hagerstown. 29 in quantico. lexington park is at 31 degrees. we're going to make slow progress. temperatures right now are almost 15 to 20 degrees warmer than they were yesterday morning. our express forecast, 30 degrees with mostly cloudy skies at 9:00. we are above freezing at the noon hour. partly sunny skies at 40 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon. smidge below the seasonal average. with youre weekend seven-day forecast, minutes away. let's hit the roads. dry roadways, so it looks pretty good on all major roadways. we're going to start out in virginia where we have a live shot. fairfax county parkway showing delay free conditions. the mainlan
CNN
Jan 22, 2014 1:00am PST
flight from washington, d.c. and live in the cold streets of new york where i've got to say the snow is everywhere. good morning, everyone, welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> and it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. john's got the big story this morning. >> if you are watching this, chris teerngs the news is, you made it! you haven't lost power, or maybe you're stuck in an airport. whatever the option, i hope you're warm. it snowed here in new york city. more than 15 hours. you can see it all over the streets, the plows, the snow. it is cold, about 16 degrees with the windchill. much, much worse than that. there's more snow in philadelphia. you can seat map right here giving you the totals up and down the east coast. it really has affected a large area. in washington, d.c., federal workers are being told to come in late this morning, or just is stay home if they can't get in. the government, however, will be open for business. it was closed on tuesday. the d.c. area got around six inches of snow which is an awful lot for washington, d.c. roads there were slick. take a look at these
CBS
Jan 22, 2014 5:00am EST
there. 30 below in the mountains. our current temps down to 11 in d.c. 3 at hagerstown. 9 manassas. 8 at andrews. when you factor in the wind, now we have windchills to 5 below in the nation's capital. 12 below at the pax river naval air staying and feels like 2 above in luray. 25 below in davis. i don't think i want to be skiing at timberline at the moment but if i was dressed for it, i'm sure i would go. another look at timesaver traffic early this wednesday morning. >> nothing is going to stop you. >> no. >>> i'lli'll tell you what will stop everyone from going out on the roads. schools are basically closed and government offices delayed so for at least for now it's nice and quiet. you can see it on our traffic feature, very little concern. i'm happy to say this because yesterday evening this was all red and black and we had a ton of accidents. let's not have a repeat today. things look really good. where you see the construction icons, that was scheduled construction and i don't think that's going to happen today. it's just where they were supposed to be. let's take a live look ou
NBC
Jan 21, 2014 4:00am EST
baltimore, washington d.c., the timing of your snow appears as we go throughout the mid morning, right after the morning rush is when your snow will begin. you'll get to work and school fine. getting home, a different story. of course snow can be fun too. steamboat springs, they take all the best rodeo cowboys and they put them on skis. these are professional rodeo stars with the lasso and all having fun on the snow. >> i don't know if the horse was having that much fun but the cowboys are. >> they're never afraid to fall either. >> that's right. because they're used to it. a creative idea to pay down the college debt and is the economy about to get billions. >> plus an american hostage in north korea speaks out. you're watching "early today." and "sheesh, i should've looked some more." ♪ that's why walgreens makes it easy to save even more on your medicare part d prescriptions. ♪ just stop on by and leave all the legwork to us. switch to walgreens today where you could save with copays as low as zero dollars on select medicare part d plans. at the corner of happy and healthy. and
Al Jazeera America
Jan 2, 2014 11:30am EST
: washington, d.c. is experiencing a beer renaissance of its own. we visited one of the city's micro breweries. opened in 2009 dc brow is the first brewery in the city since 1956. they got in the craft beer business just as it was starting to take off and they haven't looked back. ceo and co-founder brandon skal. >> this is not a story unique to us here in d.c. the craft brew culture and the craft brew industry has really taken off and come into its own over the past several years. we've been lucky enough to be a part of that locally. >> reporter: d.c. brow owners brandon and his owner like many brewers across the nation see the craft beer industry as more than just a cool job but also as an important local contributor. >> i think there was a demand for it. culturally the city had changed from that place that very transient and there was lack of identity of people putting down roots and settling down and people craving something to represent d.c. not just in beer form, product form but cultural form. we were able to step in that role and people make that identity. >> reporter: many c
CBS
Jan 30, 2014 11:00pm EST
is. >>> children inside a home where two people are found dead. now d.c. police are investigating. >> do you have trouble understanding those announcements on the metro subway trains? your complaints now the center of a bitter social media battle. >> is it really a debate? metro says it doesn't have a serious audio problem on the trains. yourself. to our audio >> not as cold ghtonit. we'll haveur yo s bustop forecast and talk about milder air for the weekend. >>remember thisfight at victoria secret at the annapolis mall? wait till you hear what police uncovered and the charges they filed. good evening. i'm jan jeffcoat. >> i'm derek mcginty. >>> let's get right to that breaking news, a gruesome murder scene in southeast d.c., two adults found dead, two toddlers still alive, police trying to figure out what happened. >> mola lenghi on the scene. what do cops know? >> reporter: police have been here all night. they've got the entire block behind me taped off. they've been in and out of the home investigating. as you said, they're trying to piece this together. they were called to th
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 10:00am EST
probably an indication of why some the people look at washington, d.c. and frowned. if you are willing to take on the status quo of this town, willing to say there are a lot of things that are good policy but they do not have constituency among the well- connected lobbyists and you want to take on the influences, you can have big, bold ideas. >> you have this concern. too much as ag rejection as a repeal. >> there are many institutions that have big bold ideas. washington, d.c. is the city of no. are so many different people who want to preserve this. the first experiences i had was tom delay saying there was no defense on the federal government. it is absurd. what he meant was true. every single dime of the federal government has been soaked in for by some well connected interest in washington, d.c. what we need it the federal government wants to become more say is a willingness to what should these programs look like? washington does not yet seen to be ready to do that. speaking of bold ideas, immigration is being talked about again. the potential for some kind of movement. w
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 6:00pm EST
yourself as an ideological connoisseur? >> in washington, d.c., today there are so many influences. they need to raise millions of dollars for campaigns, 33,000 lobbyists make it difficult to advance good principled legislation. one of the things we are trying to do is go over the heads of washington and talk about the types of bold ideas that can make america better. when you look at an idea that the heritage foundation did to -- developed to change the higher education accreditation process, over a trillion dollars of student loan debt, the average money the graduate gets year over year. we need to change the accreditation process. that is a difficult thing to be changed if you're in the pocket of universities with million dollar endowments. mike lee has been willing to take on the establishment. >> mike lee has undergone a real conversion of sorts. >> i do not think that is true. >> we could argue that. after the shutdown, he really rolled out this whole series of interesting ideas. he has that we cannot be the party of no. we have to say yes. heritage action is known as a rejec
NBC
Jan 9, 2014 11:00pm EST
new head coach. and tonight jay gruden is talking about his first order of business. >>> d.c.'s police department rocked by scandal. and tonight the chief addresses concerns from the public after the arrest of two officers. >> "news4 at 11" starts now. >> first tonight freezing rain in the forecast, and it's coming just in time for your morning commute. stafford county schools already have a two-hour delay tomorrow. >> and doug kammerer is tracking the conditions from storm center 4. he is here to break down the timing of this thing. doug? >> yeah, it's going to continue to move in overnight tonight. and as it does so, we are going to start to see that change over to freezing rain. we already have temperatures below freezing. take a look. we'll show you where this advisory includes. it includes just about the entire viewing area. the only exception towards st. mary's and calvert county that is it. the northern neck not in there, but everybody else under a freezing rain advisory up to a tenth of an inch of freezing rain. and that will cause problems on those roadways. especially
NBC
Jan 7, 2014 11:00pm EST
details about the moments leading up to his death. >>> pipes bursting like this one in southeast d.c., affecting some of the area's most vulnerable residents. >>> shelters are at capacity, and district officials are rolling out metrobuss to keep people warm. >>> and across the country, millions are still thawing out after the coldest day in decades. >> "news4 at 11" starts now. >> the extreme cold is shattering records, and it's not letting up yet. tomorrow morning, expect temperatures in the single digits again. this unusual weather is taking a toll, straining power grids and creating problems with old underground infrastructure. it's not just here. the entire country is impacted. and some places broke records more than a century old. we begin tonight with doug kammerer. he is in storm center 4 to let us know what we can expect over the next 24 hours. doug? >> doreen, we did set a couple of records towards dulles and bwi too. we'll show you what we're talking about. this morning, dulles down to 1, shattering the old record of 8. bwi, more of the same. 3, beating the old record of 8.
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